Canned Cheese

 

Ready Depot ( www.Readydepot.com) is proud to bring these fine products to you.

 

You will be amazed that this came out of These cans!!

PERFECT for your Food Storage Plan, Family Preparedness and Emergency Readiness.

 

NO REFRIGERATION REQUIRED!!

If you have been looking to add REAL cheese (not powdered or Freeze Dried) to your long term food storage program, than look no further!

GREAT FOR CAMPING!

PERFECT FOR THE BOAT OR RV!

10 TO 15 YEAR SHELF LIFE MINIMUM
!!

For years we've had people ask us about real, shelf-stable, storable cheese, and we've had to turn them away. Now you can have a great tasting, rich, high-quality cheese . . . and who cares if the electricity goes off??

For those of you familiar with the Kraft canned cheese we carried for a couple of years, you will be real happy with this new cheese from Bega Private Labeled under Red Feather Brand Name - also made in Australia. Although the Kraft cheese is called cheddar too, most of our customers say it reminds them more of a white American cheese than a cheddar.

 

Not available in any store in this Country - only available online!

One product that has always been missing from food storage programs is been real
CHEESE. It's true that, if you have a wine cellar, you can buy a waxed wheel of cheese and store it (i.e. age it) for years. That's a bit expensive and unwieldy, but if you are doing well enough to own a wine cellar, you probably can afford a 50 lb wheel of cheese - and you won't mind throwing about half of it away when it molds over after you cut it open.

 

For those of us with more modest means, we now have real Bega® Cheddar Cheese - in a can!!! Its technical name is "Processed Cheddar Cheese." That’s that name they have to give it legally because it wasn't "naturally" produced by a Wisconsin cheese master. But from the ingredients and from the TASTE, you'll believe it is honest-to-Goodness real Wisconsin-made cheese! Make no mistake, this isn’t liquid or semi-solid cheese - it is real cheddar cheese like you would expect to find in a deli case at your local grocery store.

It's just plain delicious.

Powdered and Freeze Dried cheese products have been available for years, and they are actually not too bad for some applications. They make an excellent sauce, dip or spread, but there’s just something not right about spreading cheese on your sandwich like it was peanut butter. For some things, there is no substitute for the real thing...

Each can contains 226 grams (7.97 Ounces) of Cheese, and the cans are a little larger in diameter than a 6 oz. can of tuna and about 25% taller.

 

We’ve leaned that the best way to serve it is if you open both ends of the can and then push out the 3 1/4" x 1 3/4" mini-wheel of cheese. You’ll find that it doesn’t sag, it doesn't quiver and it doesn't run – it is solid cheese!

This is real cheese that can be grated like any other cheese. It melts, it can be sliced into thin slices for sandwiches, pizzas, lasagna or meat loaf, and it behaves just like any other deli-bought cheese – it’s great for grilled cheese sandwiches, fantastic omelets or just by the slice.

Because we bring this in by the container about every 45 days with the Canned Butter, you’ll always be guaranteed to receive fresh product any time you order. Bega Cheese complies completely with both FDA and USDA requirements and is even Hala certified. This cheese has no expiration date according to the spec provided by Bega and will store for many years. No one is sure for exactly how many - they've never tested it just for longevity. It's packaged this way in Australia and in the Middle East for folks who don't have refrigeration, like many in the outback or in third world countries. The manufacturer is confident it will last "indefinitely". Since it's in a sterile environment, air can't circulate so germs can't get to it - there's no reason that it can't store indefinitely. Just keep it as cool as you can , but protect it from freezing as with any other cheese. Once you open a can, it's best to refrigerate any leftovers, though it will most likely last a few more days in a zipper-locking baggie or tinfoil without refrigeration.

 

Please visit www.readydepot.com for other fine Long Term Food Storage canned items for everyday and Emergency Preparedness.